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  • IU suspends suspected cat torturer

    IU suspends suspected cat torturer
    Indiana University has suspended a student charged with animal cruelty. The school said Chris Gugliuzza is a threat to the university community. Gugliuzza admitted that he stole a cat from the Bloomington Animal Shelter this week and tortured it....
  • New-look police cars patrolling on IUPUI campus

    New-look police cars patrolling on IUPUI campus
    Police officers patrolling near IUPUI are sporting new-look police cruisers. The campus police department now has six new police Interceptors. The white vehicles have “POLICE” on the side with “Indiana University” in red...
  • Police investigating sexual assaults on IU's campus

    Police investigating sexual assaults on IU's campus
    Detectives are investigating two reported sexual assaults on Indiana University's Bloomington campus.   Both assulats happened over the weekend. In the first case, authorities said a student told them a man inappropriately touched her. It happened Friday...
  • IU student sexually assaulted at knifepoint

    IU student sexually assaulted at knifepoint
    Indiana University Police in Bloomington are on the hunt for a suspect who assaulted a 19-year-old student in a resident hall parking lot early Thursday. IU Police Chief Keith Cash said this incident is unique because both the suspect and the student...
  • Circle City Classic kicks off downtown to raise funds for scholarships

    Circle City Classic kicks off downtown to raise funds for scholarships
    The 29th Annual Circle City Classic kicked off its big weekend events Friday. This year the coaches luncheon at Lucas Oil Stadium honors Indiana University football player George Taliaferro, the first African American drafted to the NFL. Next on the...
  • Indiana University unveils plan to keep tuition costs down

    Indiana University unveils plan to keep tuition costs down
    Indiana University is unveiling a new plan today to help keep tuition costs down for students. Juniors and seniors at IU in good academic standing and on track to graduate in four years won’t have to pay tuition hikes. President Michael McRobbie...
  • IU considers plan to turn parking over to private operator

    IU considers plan to turn parking over to private operator
    Indiana University leaders are looking to turn over their parking facilities to a private operator, but it doesn't look like everyone is on board. According to our partners at the Indianapolis Business Journal, the board of trustees did vote to hire a...
  • You don't have to agree about everything

    Meet another member of South Florida's many-sided faith community. This week we're talking with the Rev. Mark Andrew Jones, spiritual leader of St. Nicholas Episcopal Church, Pompano Beach. Q: Why did you want to go from a secular careeer into the...
  • School adds cameras in classrooms to curb cheating

    School adds cameras in classrooms to curb cheating
    Business students at Indiana University will be filmed during major exams after the Kelley School of Business installed cameras in the classrooms to curb cheating. "Like every school, we're concerned about ensuring that students aren't cheating on exams,...
  • Commentary: Carchio and Harper don't know their own bag

    Differences of opinion among elected officials should be valued and respected because they contribute to the legislative process, but they should also be scrutinized. Two council members recently expressed opinions worthy of scrutiny while discussing...
  • Isidor Saslav, BSO concertmaster

    Isidor Saslav, BSO concertmaster
    Isidor Saslav, a former Baltimore Symphony Orchestra concertmaster and Peabody Institute violin teacher, died of complications from cancer Jan. 26 at a hospital in Tyler, Texas. The former Mount Washington resident was 74. Born in Jerusalem, he moved...